Audio Dependent - Teatime EP - [1013AD]
Audio Dependent releases Teatime EP: Four tracks of highly addictive minimal- electro- progressive- techno...err... keep reading, let me explain:
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"After Me", the opening track progresses slowly with its highs and some glitchy sounds in unspectacular, if not random arrangement. With the major trance hands-in-the-air breakdown, the tune brings all the elements together, making a ironic point of its very own juxtaposition. After Me continuous from this point with a solid techno kick, building up the tune again, but this time we know...
"Biscuit"opens with crumbles of bass and kick, held together in a rolling composition. After about 90 sec a strong bassline gives this track the necessary ground, but leaving room for constant variations variations within mids and highs.
"Into"opens with melancholic folk-synth sound. Holding back for more than a minute, it feels great when the tune unlashes the tremendous energy of its bassline and kick. A big track for a late night dancefloor.
"Milk, One Sugar", the final track brings all elements of Audio Dependents current release together: A minimal composition, with heavy bass, electro flavours, many sounds reminding of Korg's MS20 and a constant evolution, entertaining brain as much as legs.
December 18, 2008
The first track of this cd is broken it keeps repeating the same piece of music again and again.